Chemical engineering in practice a collection of papers originally presented in Philadelphia, May 12, 1953. by James I. Harper

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Presented under the auspices of the Philadelphia-Wilmington Section of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers and the Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Pennsylvania.

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ContributionsAmerican Institute of Chemical Engineers. Philadelphia-Wilmington section., University of Pennsylvania. Department of Chemical Engineering.
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Number of Pages140
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